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a burglar standsing in her living room. norwood police officers say thomas demarso is one relentless and desperate burglar. over the weekend they arrested him within the same shift for breaking into homes. i looked out the window and saw all this action. it's just something you don't expect to see. >> reporter: george lally is a victim. he found asleep when someone tried to break into his house. it happened on spoon street. >> he used a wrench or soth that i had put on there and damaged parted of the gate and all. went over to our back gate back screen there where our backdoor and tried to slice through it with a knife. >> reporter: there was an attempted burglary at two more houses on spruce street. a family including their three young children were sound asleep when police say the 33-year-old tried to break in. >> he needs help. i wish him the best he needs to get help and to get his life squared away and get
him. he told officers he was sleeping walking. officers weren't buying that they told us he was under the influence of drugs. hours later he was released and back at it again. this time on sycamore street. >> i heard about 6:00 a.m. and the gentleman's daughter woke up and got all startled he came down and chased the kid out and jumped out a window. >> reporter: neighbors say the little girl came face-to-face with the attempted burglar. >> he tried to break in the i hope she's not traumatized. >> reporter: luckily the good news luckily no one was hurt. s about league told that he doesn't live far from where all of the attempts robberies, burglaries have happened. no one was hurt and police say he was under the influence of drugs. for now we are live in norwood tonight, malini basu, fox 25 news.
england they are back over my right shoulder. they are going to move in overnight. they are in motion. we will stop it here and figure out just how long it takes to get here. it's moving out 25 miles per hour. i will start from the leading edge just the lighter showers out ahead of the main body. those that get into the boston area. then through the rest of the area after 8:30 so the rainshowers are coming. here's how future cast shows magazine after 3:00 a.m. into central massachusetts after 4:00 a.m. set by 5:00 a.m. getting rain all across the area from southern new hampshire right through worcester county into connecticut. the steadiest anymore from 6:00 a.m. on. but the heaviest still focused the themes for the longest time. that's something continue models continue to show us. bottom line you will get rain during the morning drive. heaviest is likely to be boston and southward. it's going to linger there the longest. notice the front stalling
through noon time even into the afternoon on nantucket and the outer cape. the clouds may never break up out there. maybe the last time you see significant sunshine for the rest of the week. it's hard to take. but we need some rainfall. now where that front stalls this only takes to you 1:00 in the afternoon with it still raining some spots get up to an half an inch of rain from this. bus stop forecast 60 degrees with rain moving through. it's goi is going to be a mess for the morning drive. more so than a normal day in boston. 60s about 70 degrees out here on cape cod. farther north and west you go better chance you have for seeing some sunshine which will warm you up into the mid-70s. won't be a bad september day in those locations. let's start tomorrow evening look at the northeast winds pushing the clouds drizzle and clouds inland farther and farther.
we are going to be stuck in that pattern through much of the week. dry air starts to filter down. watch this swirl tumbling southward through the midwest into looks like the ohio river valley. it's continuing to blow that moisture towards southern new england while we have the northeast winds. those winds going off the directions like this that combines to produce the clouds and producing some drizzle and showers around here. that's why we're not quite getting into the heavy rain we need but we're not getting back to sunshine ei some sun farther north and west you go. more clouds and drizzle in southeastern massachusetts staying cool all week long not expected to change until late in the weekend. people who live in massachusetts now have a new way to help find the cure for a.l.s. the governor unveiled new special license that will ben the nonprofit a.l.s. one. the parents of pete frates was on hand. the ice bucket challenges
research. >> to create an opportunity for anybody who wants to play to be part of the a.l.s. story and to finding a cure story is really a great opportunity for the people of the commonwealth. >> friends and family of former governor paul saleuty were also at today's announcement. cellucci passed away from a.l.s. complications years ago. the woman said she thought she would never be able to afford hearing aids. >> she sent ahe for help and she. did our elizabeth hopkins was there when she heard for the first time again. >> reporter: what you're about to see. >> okay, so i just turned the hearing aids on. >> reporter: is nothing short of a miracle. >> it's loud. >> reporter: the shirley resident has suffered from severe hearing loss for almost two decades. it ends today. >> oh, my god i'm going to hear again, i'm going to hear again. >> reporter: she has never been able to afford the hearing aids she needs. >> is it a case that my
clearly right now? >> pretty much. >> reporter: swhefs in her 20s sound began muffle the hearing specialist says it only deteriorated. >> dawn had a severe hearing loss in both ears. >> it just got progressively worse but my insurance all the insurances i had to have never really ever covered any of this. >> reporter: but not long ago she learned about a scholarship program through bell tone and decided to write them a letter. i spend a lot of time just smiling saying nothing personality. >> we felt like she would be the perfect candidate for something like this. >> reporter: the c.d.c. says 48 million americans suffer from hearing loss. hearing specialists say most will wait 10 years before getting help. that can create complications. for her there is now a learning curve tuning out background noise trying not to be startled by sudden sounds but they are challenges she can't wait to taken on. >> my whole world has now opened up. >> hi. >> it's just like a whole new world.
over. >> reporter: her new hearing aids have all sorts of bells and whistles. they even have g.p.s. in case she misplaces them. also so small they're almost imperceptible. elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> imagine. that good for dawn. >> what a gift. nice of the company to provide those for her as well. >> you might be king one day he has a lot to
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at teachable moments. >> reporter: even if parents are not talking with their kids about politics, they are likely being exposed to this year's presidential election in school. from friends after watching tv. parenting experts stacey kelly says the election can be a teachable moment it. >> actually gives you a chance to say here's what's happening in the world around and you here's how you can think about it. >> reporter: 2016 may be the most negative and nasty campaign in modern u.s. history. candidates have been attacked as criminals, racists, sexists, and >> a selfish little sleaze ball who will never be president of the united states. >> donald relax. relax. you're a basket case. >> reporter: the first presidential debate can be an opportunity to talk about bullying and what behaviors are and are not acceptable. our social coverage -- our special coverage continues right now. when started with handshake and hello. >> donald.
>> i have a feeling by the end of they evening i'm going to be blamed for everything that ever happened. >> why not. >> why not, yeah. why not. >> from over the war on terror i have a plan to fight isis. no, you're telling the en. >> to the e-mail scandal, i made a mistake using a private e-mail. >> that was not a mistake that was done purposefully. >> and business backgrounds. >> you wouldn't pay what the man needed to be paid what he was charging you. >> maybe he didn't do a goo with his work which our country should do, too. >> we're breaking down the key moments when the first presidential debate. >> announcer: this is fox 25 news at 11:30. tonight's debate was likely viewed by blrs 100 million people good evening i'm vanessa welch. >> and i'm mark ockerbloom. this half hour we're going in-depth with voters and our political expert about the key exchanges you're talking about. our team coverage begins with fox 25's sharman
at hofstraure. sharman, you believe this race is now closer than ever after tonight. >> reporter: slightly. they walked into this race, they walked into this debate in a virtual dead heat and i think that's exactly how they leave it. we expected some fireworks and we got some fireworks tonight. there were definitely some controversial moments. hillary clinton blasted donald trump over the birther controversy, repeatedly using the term she also talked about how trump egged on vladimir putin. she also criticized him for not releasing his tax returns. he tried to portray clinton as someone who is just a career politician. he forced her into defending nafta and he also successfully criticized her for the e-mail scandal. they both had a back and forth when it came to hillary clinton criticizing him over some of the names he's called women. >> she's got experience but
country can't afford to have another four years of that kind of experience. >> we are at the -- >> we're -- >> well, one thing, one thing. >> very quickly. >> he tried to switch from some lips to stamina but this is a man who has killed women, pigs, slobs and dogs and someone who has said pregnancy is an inconvenience to employers, -- >> i never said. >> who said women deserve equal pay unless they do as good a job as men. >> hillary clinton really needed a decisive win at this debate in order to just really breakaway. but it doesn't appear as though she got that. trump seemed to have held his own and so it doesn't look like this debate may change anything in the grand scheme of this race. we'll be back in just a couple of minutes to break it down even further. live at hofstra, sharman
>> before you go, watching this debate i could feel the tension on the stage. i'm curious since you were inside what was the mood of the audience? >> reporter: well, it was hard to tell. of course, we were not allowed inside the debate hall. we were watching from areas like the monitors out where the media was actually allowed. the only member of the media that was allowed inside the debate hall was the actual pool camera. we did speak with a member of the political professors who said it was very interesting to see how things sort of unfolded. it was interesting certainly to see how donald trump reacted without giving many specifics to some of hillary clinton's comments as well. >> sharman sacchetti reporting live for us in new york. we'll check back in with you in just a few minute. >> our team coverage continues now with fox 25's kerry kavanaugh. in addition to the personal
did toss some substance in particular when it dime a particular trade agreement. >>. >> reporter: talking about nafta which of course took effect during president bill clinton's administration. clinton said trump's economic policies only benefit the wealthy. the face-off, the handshake, and it was off to the races. >> you've seen me i've been all over the place, you decided to stay home and that's okay. >> reporter: i think donald just criticized me for preparing for and yes, i did. and you know what else i prepare for, i prepared to be president. >> reporter: the 90 minute did not had plenty of highlights and low blows. >> we have a country that needs new roads, new tunnels, new bridges new airports, new schools, new hospitals, and we don't have the money because it's been squandered on so many of your ideas. >> and maybe it's because you haven't paid any federal income tax for a lot of years. >> reporter: from trump's refusal to release his tax
private e-mail server scandal. >> when you have your staff taking the fifth amendment, taking the fifth so they're not prosecuted, when you have the man that set up the illegal server taking the fifth i think it's disgraceful. >> reporter: the candidates sparred over how to create jobs and bring jobs back from overseas. trump citing nafta as a problem he would fix. >> you said it's the finest deal you've ever seen. >> no. >> then you heard what i said by the and all of a sudden you were against it. >> well, that is not the facts. >> reporter: clinton also fired back calling trump's economic proposals trumped up trickle down economics a phrase she used a couple times tonight. >> kerry, thank you. the majority of voters believed hillary clinton would come out of tonight's debate victorious by a commanding nine point margin. that was the perception but let's talk reality with someone who makes a living breaking down politics.
tom sharman feels that this race is closer than ever. do you get the sense that either candidate will get a post debate bump in the polls here? >> well, i think hillary clinton did well among security moms in the suburbs and white college educated women. because she brought up the issue of donald trump's language towards women over the years, calling them pigs and so forth. so she might get a bump in that important demographic group. but overall trump held his own against her. particularly when it comes rust belt states like michigan and ohio. those are states he absolutely has to win to surpass victory and i think he field up fine. >> tom, hillary clinton seemed content staying quiet during trump's lengthy answers to was that a smart move by her. >> i think so. that she threw everything at him tonight but she had kind of like a casual relaxed attitude. and i think that did her
came up and tonight she seemed, dare i say, presidential. she was able to ruffle trump's feathers and right from the get-go when she mentioned that his father had loaned him about $12 million to start off his business career, you could just see him, his face turned color there. he was really upset. and it kind of put him off his footing early on. >> tom, there was a clear winner here tonight? >> no clear cut winner here tonight. politics you always want your audience to leave wanting more. and i think both these candidates tonight have left most americans wanting to see the second and third debates to come. >> i want to pause quickly and bring sharman sacchetti outside of hofstra. sharman you have a question for tom? >> you know i have to ask, this debate began with
baiting donald trump. as you mentioned, tom, you could see it in his reaction. one of the things we learned after the fact was predebate, both campaigns had agreed to this. secretary clinton's campaign had agreed to call donald trump mr. trump, and trump's campaign had agreed to call her secretary clinton. he called her secretary clinton she called him donald. what do you think she was trying to do there? >> she was trying to really upset him and get him off hisma early on. but you could tell as the debate went on he was really ticked off at her that he was just this close to exploding in anger, but he was able to reel himself back to his credit. >> sharman, tom, thank you. go ahead sharman real quickly. sorry. >> i was going to say just mentioned typically the donald trump we're used to seeing and tonight was not the typical donald trump that we are used to seeing.
composed but donald trump did not go as far as we have seen him go in the past certainly. >> he showed restraint. >> all right. with that we'll have to call it a day here. sharman and tom thank you so much. we'll hear from you again in just a few moments in time. let's see what the key millennial vote thought. >> ted daniel standing by live at tufts university where he watched the back and forth along with the student body. there ted, the majority of students you talked to already know who they're voting for? >> they do. an the debate with hundreds of people, especially college students it's like watching a sporting event. there were cheers, jeers, oohs and aws. here was the show today, 6,000 undergrads some 600 showed up for the debate watch party tonight. the free pizza that went quick. as you might expect on a new england college campus the majority of the students lean left.
few trump supporters in the crowd and only one would agree to speak with us on camera. here's hannah crowley. she's from westborough. she says she's voting for donald trump because she doesn't like clinton. >> while he's unpredictable given her track record i can see what she's done and i think with trump he's unpredictable but we don't really know and i'm willing to give him the chance. >> you can see like how many students have showed up and how people are reacting it's entertainment or entertainment night than an actual political debate. i think the share the frustration that a lot of young people that no one is really addressing any specifics whatsoever. >> so this young crowd under grad between the ages of 18 and 24 and at the beginning they were asked how many will be voting for the first time come november, and pretty much everyone raised
generation in addition to watching the projection screen with the debate on it pretty much everyone had use of their laptop or their phone out and they were following along all the debate action on social media. that's the latest reporting live from tufts university in medford, i'm ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> all right, ted. in the next few weeks are critical. on tuesday october 4th the lone presidential debate between mike pence and tim kaine will take place. then o will debate in missouri. that debate will be town hall style featuring a lot of questions from the crowd. then the final presidential debate that will take place in las vegas on october 19th. the format of that did not will be similar to tonight's. during the next two hours some rainshowers will start to enter our region. chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz they're going to stick around for some time, right? >> watching them come on through from the west it won't be until about the time that the rain will start to fall but i have a more specific timeline for
through tomorrow so you still have some time to vote. now we want to bring in tom waylan for some final thoughts on tonight's debate. we were talking earlier it did appear as if lester holt's questions seemed to favor hillary clinton. he asked trump about the birther movement, he asked them why he isn't releasing his tracks records nothing benghazi or the clinton foundation. did you agree with that a lot of people are criticizing lester on twitter? >> i think you can argue because he announced he's a registered republican that he didn't want to see he was and chris wallace we now know is a registered democrat so whether he does the one in the next debate i think he will probably go you the of his way not to be too hard on trump. >> the build up about the debate press clinton obviously doing a lot of traditional debate prep and trump not. do you think that showed in any way? >> i would argue i think trump did a lot of debate prep for this but i think
was not at play here tonight. what was at play was appearing to emotions. hillary was much more policy driven. he wanted to talk to those working class voters who are out of work in ohio, michigan and the rest -- rust belt and he connected with them. >> he seemed to speak from the heart where she appeared to be more scripted. >> par to the course. she tries really hard to be with the everyday americans but for some reason it's connecting all the way. trump is more of the guy you wanted to have a beer with. but he's a billionaire so go figure. >> clinton did say that she made a mistake regarding the e-mails. do you think she regained some trust tonight? >> i think it helped. this is the first time she's outright said yeah, i really screwed up. be interesting to see in the next couple debates particularly in that town hall how she'll respond to voters asking her directly on that. >> during the next week who do you anticipate will get a bump from this?
a slight bump. but it's we'll all be in the margin of error nothing has really changed tonight. >> okay, tom thank you so much for your expert analysis. we do have more details now. reaction tonight's debate will continue to pour in through the night. fox 25 morning news will have that four starting tomorrow at 4:00 a.m. now let's head over to ock with a quick look at other news making headlines tonight. the prestigious boston latin school violated the civil rights act. they found the school mishandled allegations of male student called black student a racial slur and threatened to lynch her. boston public schools agreed to implement measures to ensure complaints on racial discrimination at boston latin are handled appropriately in the future. breaking tonight this man marcus was arrested for a shooting in stoughton last week that injured an 18-year-old man. fox 25 was on the scene within minutes after shots were fired inside a c.v.s. pharmacy on normandy street on thursday. the next day police arrested